• Escorted Tour

Norfolk Island

Defined by sandy beaches, pine trees, sheer cliff faces, crystal clear lagoons, green reserves and a sub-tropical climate, Norfolk Island is an old-time, favourite holiday destination. With its interesting colourful past, culture, sights, numerous activities and friendly people, the island is an interesting setting for a relaxing break. The accommodation is ideal – a short walk to the shops and cafes, historic areas and beaches. We have included several tours and shows, breakfasts daily, six dinners which give you a good balance of activity and free time.

TOP 5 Reasons to visit Norfolk Island

1 Norfolk, a diverse island with a picturesque coastline, is an outdoor paradise – an ideal location for a week away.
2 National Parks, Botanical Gardens, public reserves and walking trails are interspersed with the unique Norfolk Island Pines.
3 Birdlife is plentiful with land, water and sea species including terns, kestrels and gulls, red rosellas and one of the world’s rarest birds – the Green Parrot, brought back from distinction by dedication and conservation.
4 For sea lovers - tours, cruises, kayaking, swimming and snorkelling will make your stay more enjoyable. Also there is the opportunity to go fishing or play golf.
5 Emily Beach – an ideal swimming and snorkelling location, rock pools and glass-bottomed boat viewing. History and Culture

Your travel itinerary

Thursday 29 August

Auckland – Norfolk Island

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Depart Auckland on Air Chathams to arrive on Norfolk Island mid morning and transfer to your hotel for a seven night stay. Welcome Dinner in the hotel.

Friday 30 August

Norfolk Island

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After a leisurely breakfast, enjoy a half day island tour exploring Norfolk. Tonight your evening is free for your own arrangements for dinner. 

Saturday 31 August

Norfolk Island

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Begin the day with an early morning bush walk and Clifftop Barbeque breakfast. Remainder of the day free. Tonight enjoy a Historical Ghost Tour and dinner in a local Georgian Home. 

Sunday 01 September

Norfolk Island

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Free day at leisure to relax or explore the Island. Dinner at the hotel tonight.

Monday 02 September

Norfolk Island

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Enjoy an enlightening mornning tour of the Pitcairn Settlers’ Village in a vintage Model A Ford truck as you immerse yourself on the colourful history including visiting a homestead. before this evening we have a progressive dinner.

Tuesday 03 September

Norfolk Island

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This morning includes a trip to the cyclorama, one of Norfolk Islands most popular attractions including a fabulous Devonshire tea at local cafe. This evening a special island fish fry dinner then we enjoy the Sound and Light Show. Life-like show re-enacting scenes of the convict era through real life sounds, theatrical lighting and costumed actors.

Wednesday 04 September

Norfolk Island

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This afternoon immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Norfolk Islands convict settlement tour. Tonight dinner at the hotel followed by Wonderland by Night tour with poetry readings and a light supper.

Thursday 05 September

Norfolk Island – Auckland

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After breakfast depart for the airport for a return flight to Auckland. Arriving mid-afternoon.

History and Culture

The past plays a large part in the Norfolk way of life – highlighted by museums, churches, sound and light shows, re-enactments, ruins, buildings and structures.
Their history dates back to the 1800s, convict settlements and the Mutiny on the Bounty. Their history is divided into eras Pre-1788 – evidence of Polynesian settlement First Colonial settlement 1788 – 1814,  Second Penal settlement 1825 – 1855  Third Pitcairn settlement 1856 – present day Visitors become very much absorbed in their way of life and enjoy seeing how the past is influencing the future.
Cyclorama - one of Norfolk’s leading attractions. - This pictorial 360˚ panorama with 3D effects, highlights the culture and history of the island in a special way.
- This takes you on a historic journey including the famous 1789 Mutiny on the Bounty which created the Norfolk and Pitcairn communities.
- The history from the discovery by Captain James Cook in 1774 to this island paradise becoming a harsh penal colony in the late 1700s will intrigue.
Friendly Locals. The population of the Norfolk is around 1750 and locals are proud of their heritage and welcome visitors to share their island paradise with others.
You will be greeted with a smile and a welcome that will make you realise how they value you visiting.
Norfolk is sometimes known as “An English Island in the Pacific.”


  • • Return flights with Air Chathams

    • Seven night’s accommodation at the South Pacific Resort

    • Transfers as specified

    • Orientation tour

    • Ghost Tour and Dinner

    • Cyclorama visit + Devonshire tea

    • Progressive Dinner

    • Island Fish Fry Dinner

    • Breakfast bush walk

    • Wonderland by night

    • Pitcairn Settlers’ Village tour

    • Convict Settlement tour

    • Sound & Light Show

    •Daily cooked breakfasts, one BBQ breakfast, six dinners

    • Pukekohe Travel Escort subject to 15 people travelling


Cost Per Person *
Auckland - Auckland
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*This is a cash price. Credit cards will incur a 1.5% fee
*Itinerary and costs subject to change, airline and fuel charges and currency fluctuations prior to final payment


• Items of a personal nature
• Travel Insurance (please ask us for a quote)
• Meals not specified

Booking Conditions

• A deposit of $500 per person will secure a place on the tour

• Full payment is due no later than 05 July 2024


• From the date of booking to 05 July 2024 – loss of deposit

• After 05 July 2024– no refund

General Information

• The Australian Dollar – ATM available on the island

Health and Mobility

• A good standard of health is required and clients should be independently mobile with the ability to walk unaided on uneven surfaces. 

• Mobility frames are not practical or permitted.

• A current passport is required, valid six months beyond date of travel
• No visa is required for NZ passport holders
• All other passport holders please ask
• Additional travel documentation will be required and determined at the time of travel

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance is highly recommended. Please contact us for a quote.

Terms and Conditions

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Note: Pukekohe Travel reserves the right to correct errors and omissions on our website without recourse.
* Itinerary subject to change